Friday video: Tee shot, off the tree, in the cup
Watch this incredible hole-in-one from back in the day.
The golf season is winding down, so every Friday we are going to bring you a video of something outrageous in the golf world. Some will be old, some will be new, but most will be crazy.
This week we go back to the 2002 Dunhill Championship, where James Kingston hit a 4-iron that was far from perfect. The ball headed well left on the par-3 15th hole, but struck a tree, went straight right and into the hole.
The best part? Not only did he record an ace, but his bank shot that never should have even found the green won him an Audi TT Coupe.
Lucky, lucky, lucky.
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